Here's your guide to some of the best things to do in the week ahead:
- Arjun and Alison (15)
Edmonton actor Shiv Jhala stars in this action thriller about two students who plot revenge after their best friend is the victim of a racist murder. Director Sidharth Sharma’s powerful debut feature was inspired by real events that he witnessed in Birmingham.
Cineworld Wood Green, until May 1. Details: cineworld.co.uk
- Come a Maying!
Traditional folk music and creative workshops, plus strolling minstrels and performances from Terry Gilmour, Rufus Talijen, Hanna Marines, James David Williams and Nicole Flodin.
Forty Hall and Estate, Forty Hill, Enfield, Sunday, May 4, 12noon to 5pm. Details: 020 8363 8196, fortyhallestate.co.uk
- Enfield’s 1st Annual Choral & Orchestral Festival
This event will celebrate the exciting talents of young performers as well as showcasing the incredible skills of experienced musicians. It will include a singing day with choral composer John Rutter CBE, concerts by West End star Annatt Bass, Southgate Symphony Orchestra and The Festival Club with Maria Evangelou. Internationally acclaimed violinist Simon Blendis will also be returning to his hometown of Enfield with a varied programme of music for violin and piano.
Various venues, May 3-11. Details: dugdalecentre.co.uk
- Bomber’s Moon
A new production of William Ivory’s beautiful and compelling play depicting the relationship between foul-mouthed former RAF gunner Jimmy and his fragile new care home worker David. Starring James Bolam and Steve John Shepherd.
Park Theatre, Clifton Terrace, Finsbury Park, until May 11. Details: 020 7870 6876, parktheatre.co.uk
- Piratbyrån and Friends (The Pirate Bay and Friends)
This exhibition traces the stories of cultural sharing and affinity-building through the activities and values of the members of The Pirate Bay, the group behind the controversial file sharing website.
Furtherfield Gallery, McKenzie Pavilion, Finsbury Park, May 3 to June 8. Details: 020 8802 2827, furtherfield.org
For a full list of events, see the Just the Ticket pages in this week's Enfield or Haringey Independent newspapers in print or online here.